This saturday October 5th, 2013 JSLV will be releasing their Joint Project Collaboration with the homies at Read The Label. If you’ve ever been to one of their parties you know how they get down, if you haven’t … you should definitely roll out! Join us for some live music by DJ Computer Jay & Ja$ 1000 (PAYDAY Crew) and some cold drinks… It promises to be a great way to spend your day.
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To walk down the street and see beauty. This photo was shot on Riviera/Rialto in Venice Beach, CA. Photo by Jessica Braam
Culture Chameleons are all around us. Adapting to shutdowns, surf and gorgeous humans is easy albeit nerve-racking at times. Without the non-sense, an artist community of intellectuals, tech giants and transients; We continue.
With the Agenda Show right around the corner I wanted to put a design spotlight on the people that help everyone else look good. I’ve been getting excited to see which companies come out with the best displays this year. Do you ever wonder where those great fixtures, POPs and magnetic showrooms come from? Ready to take your brand to the next level?
Recently I had the pleasure of connecting with Christian Mihaylo, a sales and marketing executive at DisplayIt Inc. This Orange County company, located in Foothill Ranch, is focused on surrounding your clients in your brand aesthetics. Refreshing to find a company who, like us here at Debris Deck, distinguishes the design difference between aesthetic and style..
FedEx came today with a package from the company with some marketing materials to present to our clients here at Debris Deck. The meticulous dedication to high quality is even present here; the room filling with the scent of fresh pressed suede as I opened the envelope (even though its not made of it). With clients like Hurley, Peligroso, GoPro and more this cross industry company is our new “go-to” for brand experience needs.
DisplayIt Inc specializes in Spaces, Retail, Exhibits and Fixtures. Need a new company lobby, tradeshow booths, POPs for your key accounts? We strongly recommend this crew.
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I often describe my design style as “Punk Deco”. Punk aesthetic mixed with deco geometry and style. “Deco” draws influences from the chromatic, geometric elements of the Art Deco period of the 1920s. I’ve always been obsessed with that era. Flappers, the speakeasy, mobsters. Rad.
The punk comes from music. There comes a time in everyone’s life when they discover something that speaks to them. In my case the lyrical proliferation of my principles and beliefs came in the form of some of the songs listed below (and countless others). Dig in.
Spend a lot of time Image Clipping?
Image clipping is a large percentage of time spent on certain photo projects, especially ones dealing with extensive archives. Since we’re all about online tools that make our lives easier, we’re going to share our newest web tool called Clipping Magic. This is a DIY tool for people who don’t have time or dollars to spend on a graphic design for every flyer, facebook cover, etc. Goodbye eraser and selector tool hour-and-a-half you won’t get back.
In need of a Link Organizer?
Note: A link organizer is necessary if you’re going to follow this blog.
Has one been missing from your life? If you live on your computer this site (and app) is for you. Pearltrees is a website that allows you to save your links and photos in “thought trees”. Like when you main brainstorming charts, or organize data for reports or want to stockpile your favorite design resources?
Never use another Color Palette Creator again!
Discovered this gem resource while stumbling around the regular design blogs I follow. It’s the Color Palette Creator colrd.com, a website dedicated to creating color palettes, gradients, and swatches.
My favorite feature is the Image DNA. You simply upload your favorite photo and the generator will produce a color palette from your image. If the color generated isn’t quite what you were thinking you can click and edit right on the screen. Create any numbers of colors per palette and then you can export as .ai and .eps files and get to work.
Saved a lot of time for me already and I’ve only been using it a week.